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Goats can distinguish emotions from each other's calls - study
by Hannah Devlin, Science Correspondent
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10 July 2019
On 10 July 2019 The Guardian reported:
Scientists have found that goats are able to distinguish emotions from each other's calls and also respond to the feelings of their peers, a phenomenon known as emotional contagion. ... One experiment had indicated they could distinguish the calls of goat 'friends' from strangers' calls, raising the question of whether they could also tell how their companions were feeling.
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Rachel Sparkes, a goat keeper and spokeswoman for the British Goat Society, said the findings were in line with her experience. ... 'I have found over the years that goats are excellent listeners. They seem able to read human emotions well and if I'm having a bad day the goats will always cheer me up. They know when you're upset or happy or stressed.'
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